An article bearing the title, "Constitutionality of Marketable Title Acts," was published in December 1951. It was there pointed out that such legislation, of which the Michigan act is an example, should be found to be within constitutional limits. It was recognized, however, that direct authority was scarce and that cases that might be deemed pertinent were conflicting.
Ralph W. Aigler,
A Supplement to "Constitutionality of Marketable Title Acts"-1951-1957,
Mich. L. Rev.
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